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Fast X: Beginning Of A Perfect Farewell For The Fast Saga

Fast X: Beginning Of A Perfect Farewell For The Fast Saga

The action-packed, emotional ride will keep you on the edge of their seat.

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Packed with action sequence that will put the audience on the edge of their seats to bringing them on a roller coaster ride of emotions with an unexpected credit scene, it is safe to say that Fast x has made up for the failure that was Fast and Furious 9.

What began as a movie based on cars and a bunch of people committing small-time heists here and there soon grew to be a big family involved in missions against some of the most wanted people in the world.

However, sometimes the ghost you left in the past haunts you in the future and that’s the case in the new Fast X.

A devil that was unleashed by Vin Diesel’s Dominic Toretto and Brian O’ Connor, played by Paul Walker, during their famous bank vault heist in Brazil on Fast and Furious 5 makes a comeback for an overdue revenge.

Jason Momoa who plays Dante Reyes aka the devil, is one of the most intensified antagonist in the Fast and Furious series and Momoa does an amazing job in portraying the craziness and evilness of the character.

From the body language to the tone of his voice, everything fits perfectly that it is difficult to imagine anyone else playing the role.

This extends to the movie’s amazing casting such as Brie Larson who plays Tess and Alan Ritchson as Aimes.

Coming back to the man himself, this movie shows how Toretto has grown after being at the centre of the Saga since Walker died.

The interesting point of his character is fear. The Fast Saga has always portrayed Toretto as a character who has no fear and moves in a way that he has nothing to lose.

However, with the introduction of Reyes, the tables have turned. Right now, Toretto has everything to lose while Reyes has nothing to lose.

This adds a depth to the battle between both characters and this new dimension of Toretto’s character was interesting to watch.

The comedy element of the movie is still there and was delivered to perfection by Roman Pierce (Tyrese Gibson) and Tej Parker (Ludacris).

The comedic timing was in the right places, allowing a balanced flow.

All characters played an important role and given enough screen time to make an impact. The plot did not feel rushed, neither was it too draggy.

The movie begins with some nostalgia, and some may even shed tears at the start, but from there, it is just one crazy ride after another.

However, the only flaw of the movie would be the action sequences.

The Fast Saga is known to defy the rules of physics and sometimes even throw away logic and reality out the window with the action and car sequences.

In Fast X, this has reached another level. We won’t spoil it for you, go check it out for yourself.

Last but not least, Salud mi familia. The family element has always been there in the Fast Saga and it is the same in Fast X.

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However, in this movie, the element again adds another layer of depth to the story.

The Saga has always been revolving around this concept and it is just fair to end the same way.

The movie ends with two surprises which qualify as shock factors. As we said earlier, go watch it for yourself.

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